Coated pink diamond

posted 2 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
1905 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 2014

I would have personally gone for a pink moissy if I wanted a sparkly pink stone. But if you love it and it has a lifetime warranty I wouldn’t stress. 

Also. Festive nails. 

Post # 4
226 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

If you’ve done a lot of research on coated diamonds and it comes with a lifetime warrenty then you shouldn’t worry about it. It does seem like the price is alittle high for an SI1 but this is the first time I’ve never heard of a coated diamond. It’s awsome you can get a pink diamond for so cheap. It’s really pretty and I’m sure once it’s in a setting you’ll love it. 

Post # 5
3097 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2013 - A court...

I don’t know about coated diamonds but did you mean 6k for the setting and stone or just the diamond? Just wondering.

Post # 6
852 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2013


JLo84:  I wouldn’t worry about it. 

I have a blue diamond which for the price we paid couldn’t possibly be naturally blue. I ‘think’ it is irradiated rather than coated but I didn’t actually ask so I cant be sure. I bought it because it is a diamond, so hard (I wanted Emerald but Jewellers advised me against it when I told them how hard I intended to be on my ring!) and I love the colour, I always wanted a coloured stone and the dark green, light blue, and teal shades this thing turns in different lights is beautiful.

If you have a lifetime warrantee then your ring will always look the way you love and you are buying it for love and not as an investment. I say enjoy.

Post # 7
3406 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2015

Seems like an awful lot of money for such a low clarity, but if you love it thats what matters

Post # 8
6447 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: June 2013

Wait- was the diamond itself $6000? Does being coated give it more value? I looked up stats on Blue Nile and a 0.8 Color D with a very good cut and the same clarity is $4200 so if the diamond was actually $6000 that seems kind of overpriced unless the coating adds value.

Post # 9
851 posts
Busy bee

Not to be a killjoy but I really don’t think that was the wisest purchase. Nothing wrong with a coated, SI diamond at all…it’s simply that the price paid for that size/specs was way too high IMO.


Post # 10
706 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

from what I understand (and I could be wrong) a color coated diamond is one that already had the color but was so light it was worth less (a pink stone looking really light brown, a blue looking light gray). So the treatment is to bring out the color to a level that would make it worth thousands more (but its treated so it’s not at the same level as a natural colored stone of the same hue) 


i think it looks amazing personally.  I’m a diamond girl so I would have gone for the diamond over the mossy or sapphire.

Show us the ring when you get it designed!  

Post # 11
3735 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

Very pretty. This is the first I’ve heard of coating diamonds.

Post # 12
1670 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

Does the coating process make it more expensive? My diamond is the same size, G color, VVS2, ideal cut and it was around $2000 less than yours. I don’t think it was a mistake to buy it if it is what you wanted, but you might want to check to make sure they offered you a fair price.

Post # 13
1377 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

LilLis:  I also have a blue diamond, and those are created by irradiation. 


colored stones are gorgeous – and your pink one is fabulous! 🙂

Post # 14
473 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

It’s a gorgeous rock! I also would be a little wary of price. My 1 carat F VVS2 was around the $6k mark. I would look further into the specs and value if I were you. Sorry :-/

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